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Touch Screen coffee table DIY with 32" TV and low cost CCD sensor

Build your own light triangulation touch screen coffee table. High tech!

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from Instructables.com

ETextile felt skull brooch

Felt Day of The Dead Skull with LEDs DIY eTextile project. Sew the electronic circuit with conductive thread and learn the basics of electronics. found at Instructables.

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CO2 Dress: Collaboration between diffus.dk, Alexandra Institute, The Danish Design School and embroidery company Forster Rohner has resulted in this beautifully-detailed haute-tech dress fit for the runway. The C02 dress monitors the CO2 levels in a given environment and visualizes the data in real time with a flickering of light patterns. The LEDs are carefully stitched into the lovely embroidery of the dress.

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Arduino

Hi there, Arduino enthousiasts!In this Instructable I will be explaining the…

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e-Pressed. Wearable that "senses and visualises inner states creating awareness in the wearer and in others. Awareness may be followed by interaction, which is stimulated by light visuals." Galvanic skin response (GSR) sensor connected to Arduino board.

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from Modern Interior Design & Furniture - Decoist

15 Modern Staircases with Spectacular Lighting

Ex- Executive/Insider Exposes Underground Trade-Industry Secrets To Save $$$ on Your Next #Kitchen Remodel http://www.cabinetmania.com

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3D-printed dress lets you wear your heart(beat) on your sleeve "The Synapse dress integrates Intel's Edison chip and a range of sensors to show on the outside what the wearer is feeling within."

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Testing a LilyPad Arduino light sensor | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

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from Atmel Bits & Pieces

Arduino-based Smart Citizen Kit packs Atmel's ATmega32U4

Arduino-based Smart Citizen Kit packs Atmel’s ATmega32U4 | Bits & Pieces from the Embedded Design World

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from SellfishCat

ShotBot - Arduino powered Pump Project

This Arduino Pump Tutorial is known as the ShotBot Project, demonstrating an easy way to build a simple shot pouring robot. We use two RobotGeek Pumping stations and some quick code to create a dual shot pouring robot. This project uses buttons to trigger the pouring as a basic example, but the buttons could be replaced with more advanced sensors, such as switches, light sensors, or IR sensors. You can follow the directions here, or find this project on the RobotGeek Learn site in two…

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